Playing Metro 2033

I’m about an hour into Metro 2033 (available FREE from THQ via Facebook (read more) and I have to say I’m having a good time so far. I had previously played Metro on the 360 but only for a brief 30 minutes or so. It never caught me. I’m really enjoying the dark atmosphere so far. I can’t really say much else as I’m not very far into the game.

I figured I’d at least share some screenshots:





Get Metro 2033 for FREE!


THQ has just released their hit game Metro 2033 for FREE! That’s right, 100% free, no strings attached. All you have to do is follow this link and like the page on Facebook to reveal your product key. You can then redeem the key via Steam, or download the game directly via a link provided on the page and enter the product key during the install.


I already got Metro 2033 as part of the THQ Humble Bundle, but it’s a great game and nothing’s better than free!


The best Humble Bundle yet?

So I just found out about the THQ Humble Bundle today and I’m glad I did because there are only three days left to take advantage of this great offer. If you haven’t heard of Humble Bundle, basically they usually take a collection of indie games and let you name your own price and even name how much of that money goes to each developer, the two charities (Child’s Play and The American Red Cross for this bundle) and the people behind Humble Bundle (to help pay for their bandwidth and other expenses).

I purchased Humble Bundle 2 and 3 which included games such as Braid and Cogs. The THQ bundle, however, features a rather large collection of well known, full retail games.

If you pay more than the average donation (which was around $5.61 when I made my purchase) you get all of the games below:

Saints Row 3 (bonus if you beat the average donation)
Company of Heroes (and DLC packs)
Metro 2033
Titan’s Quest
Red Faction Armageddon (and DLC)

You can download these games direct or through Steam (via Steam product keys that are unlocked after your donation of $1 or more). In addition to these games you also get the soundtracks to several of the games in either FLAC or Mp3 format, which is a nice bonus.

Pretty sweet deal for as little as $6. Of course the goal of the Humble Bundle is to raise money for charity (and in the case of the Indie Humble Bundles, to raise money and awareness for indie developers) so it’s certainly encouraged to give more than the bare minimum (you can donate as little as $1 if you choose, but then you miss out on Saints Row 3).

Remember, you only have about 3 days left to take advantage of this amazing offer! Head over to to get a great deal on this THQ collection and donate to a great cause!